Data from computed tomography (CT) scans can be used with three-dimensional (3-D) printers to make accurate copies of fossilized bones, published online in the journal Radiology. Berlin researchers from the Museum für Naturkunde, the Department of Radiology at Charité Campus Mitte and the Technical University, studied the feasibility of using CT and 3-D printers to nondestructively separate fossilized bone from its surrounding sediment matrix and produce a 3-D print of the fossilized bone.
On January 1st, 2013, Dr. Jörg Fröbisch will accept a five-year professorship
Daily guided tours
Museum für Naturkunde Berlin will hosting the palaeontologist Prof. Paul Selden
Hunt for the rhinoceros horn poachers do not longer stop at museums
Travelling exhibition „Becoming human – Hominid evolution“ only remains open for a little longer in Berlin
The historical hoofed mammal hall will be part of a second phase of building work and must be urgently renovated
Historical hoofed mammal hall in the Museum of Natural History
Dr. Heinrich Mallison, research assistant and dinosaur investigator, receives this year’s Award for Paleontological Research (Paleonturology 11)
Special exhibition from 8th November – 26th February 2012
Together with the nature photographer Florian Möllers, we will show the wild side of the German capital
From June 2011 onwards, the Invalidenstraße will be restructured and upon its completion in 2015 tram lines will extend from Nordbahnhof to the main central station (Hauptbahnhof).